Radiant heating systems have been around since 10,000 B.C.,but Viega has made them more efficient, reliable and easier toinstall than ever. Viega offers a full line of prefabricated Climate Mats for wet installs, panels for dry installs, tubing, manifolds, mixing options and controls engineered to work together. Radiant heating and cooling solutions can reduce energy costs by up to 30% for both residential and commercial buildings. Our hands-on design team can provide you with a complete design and bill of materials, so you know you have everything you need for a properly functioning system.FEATURES AND BENEFITS Faster and easier than traditional radiant installationTypically reduces energy costs from 10‑30%Minimizes circulation of dust and allergensProven press technology helps to ensure secure connections30-year warranty on Viega Barrier PEX, FostaPEXand metal press fittingsTechnical supportDesign and layout servicesCODES AND STANDARDSCSA B214: Installation Code for Hydronic Heating SystemsIAPMO: California Mechanical Code (CMC)IAPMO: Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC)IAPMO: Uniform Solar, Hydronics and Geothermal Code (USHGC)ICC: International Mechanical Code (IMC)ICC: International Residential Code (IRC)International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)National Building Code of Canada (NBCC)LISTINGS AND CERTIFICATIONSASTM E84: Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building MaterialsASTM F876: Standard Specification for Cross-linkedPolyethylene (PEX) TubingASTM F877: Standard Specification for Cross-linkedPolyethylene (PEX) Plastic Hot- and Cold-WaterDistribution SystemsASTM F3253: Standard Specification for Cross-linkedPolyethylene (PEX) Tubing with Oxygen Barrier forHot- and Cold-Water Hydronic Distribution SystemsASTM F3347: Standard Specification for Metal Press Insert Fittings with Factory Assembled Stainless Steel Press Sleeve for SDR9 Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) TubingASTM F3348: Standard Specification for Plastic Press Insert Fittings with Factory Assembled Stainless Steel Press Sleeve for SDR9 Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) TubingCAN/ULC S101: Standard Methods for Test forSurface Burning CharacteristicsCAN/ULC S102.2: Standard Methods for Test forSurface Burning Characteristics of Flooring, Floor Coverings, and Miscellaneous Materials and AssembliesCSA B137.5: Standard Specification for PEX Tubing inPressure ApplicationsCSA B214: Installation Code for Hydronic Heating SystemsHUD MR1276: Housing and Urban DevelopmentICC-ES LC 1004: PMG Listing Criteria for PP, PEX, PEX-AL-PEX, and PP-AL-PP Piping, Tube and Fittings Used in RadiantHeating and Water Supply SystemsNSF/ANSI 14: Plastic Piping Systems Componentsand Related MaterialsUL 263/ANSI: Safety Fire Tests for Building Constructionand MaterialsNOTEA green dot on a Viega PureFlow Press fitting indicates Smart Connect technology.
Heating and Cooling Systems